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Old 03-18-2014, 03:07 PM   #41 (permalink)
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Nice truck! The color looks a lot better in your pictures than it did in the catalog.
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Ya..looks a lot better in person. I was actually nervous about the color looking at the online pics.

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Old 03-18-2014, 03:23 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Also did you have a bed liner or spray in installed. picture?
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Here's a couple pics of the bed. I had the led lights installed but the only way they work is to turn on the rear cargo lamp, I wish they would have set them up to come on when they tailgate opened…like the interior dome lamp.

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Old 03-18-2014, 04:56 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Nice looking & the color looks awesome!

Let's see a pic of your new shell......
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Old 03-18-2014, 09:39 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Nice looking & the color looks awesome!

Let's see a pic of your new shell......
Thanks...The cover isn't too exciting, just a factory soft roll-up. I had the hard folding one on my previous truck and that was nice if you never needed to open it up. The roll up unit is much easier to use if you need to open the bed up kwik....IMO
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Old 03-18-2014, 09:55 PM   #45 (permalink)
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Something to keep in mind with how long it takes a vehicle to get from finished at factory to your dealership. I work for CSXT in Baltimore and we have 2 TDSI car unloading facilities which we serve one at Jessup and one in Baltimore, this is where you new vehicle get from rail to truck to dealership and to put it in perspective if all is well the train crew will start the morning pulling empties from the facility and placing loads in their spot during this time your talking hours to spot 30 some cars seeing that different cars go to different tracks because when they unload they place ramps in between the rail cars and they open all the doors so its like a giant tunnel and they unload each row at a time some have 3 rows of cars and at 8 rail car lengths each at 90' that's a lot of cars per cut of rail cars most facilities have 6-8 tracks for unloading and as each car comes off it goes to a certain spot then a van picks up the drivers and takes them back to the rail cars and it starts all over again then once ready they load them on truck with some what of a similar process, just a little insight
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Hey MRC, what information can you display in the DIC? Just wondering if it is just basic or if you can see boost levels, DEF level and such?
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Something to keep in mind with how long it takes a vehicle to get from finished at factory to your dealership. I work for CSXT in Baltimore and we have 2 TDSI car unloading facilities which we serve one at Jessup and one in Baltimore, this is where you new vehicle get from rail to truck to dealership and to put it in perspective if all is well the train crew will start the morning pulling empties from the facility and placing loads in their spot during this time your talking hours to spot 30 some cars seeing that different cars go to different tracks because when they unload they place ramps in between the rail cars and they open all the doors so its like a giant tunnel and they unload each row at a time some have 3 rows of cars and at 8 rail car lengths each at 90' that's a lot of cars per cut of rail cars most facilities have 6-8 tracks for unloading and as each car comes off it goes to a certain spot then a van picks up the drivers and takes them back to the rail cars and it starts all over again then once ready they load them on truck with some what of a similar process, just a little insight
That's good to know, thanks
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Hey MRC, what information can you display in the DIC? Just wondering if it is just basic or if you can see boost levels, DEF level and such?
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Info available for the DIC can be selected or removed from the list through settings..Here are a few of them including limited DEF level info. It just shows as 'ok' possibly because its full, I'm not sure if it will provide a mileage countdown yet. There are more options than the photo's I provided, I couldn't upload more than 5 pics.
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Cool, thanks MRC! Can't wait to get mine
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